I had a busy weekend of American food recently. Luckily on different days. I visited the New York Grill with Nathalie, who I haven't seen in awhile because this summer/new semester has for some reason been brutal for everyone. So we met up in Pyeongnae-hopyeong for a late lunch at the New York Grill. The … Continue reading New York Grill
After finally getting a sim card so I can be reconnected to everyone in South Korea a friend and I went to Apgujeong for a celebratory brunch at Buttermilk Biscuit Co. Their specialty is in their name, buttermilk biscuits that they make fresh daily. The shop is a small shop with limited seating and no … Continue reading Buttermilk Biscuit Co.
My first weekend back in Korea had me fighting to get out of bed and leave my house. I was onlydrawn out by a friend visiting from the US who I hadn't seen in awhile and would be leaving that following Monday. I picked Woo Lae Oak for us to eat at because it kept … Continue reading Woo Lae Oak 우래옥
My sister got a derby pie at one of the restaurants we went to and fell in love. So on our last day she looked up bakeries determined to head home with at least two full pies. The one she decided on was Missy's Pies, ect. Missy's Pies, ect is a bakery that also offers … Continue reading Missy’s Pies, ect
Between 1805 and 1910 some 3,000 acres of land past winding roads and surrounded by magical ancient lime stone fences was home to the third largest Shaker community. You can do a variety of stuff at the village, even stay at the Inn which is about 13 different restored Shaker buildings. (About $110 per night) … Continue reading Shaker’s Village of Pleasant Hill
A short distance from the fort in Harrodsburg is a place called Dedman's. Once a drugstore built during the civil war with a soda fountain added during prohibition has now been refurbished by the Kentucky Fudge Company. While named Kentucky Fudge Company does not mean all the serve is fudge. They have a pretty big menu … Continue reading Kentucky Fudge Company at Dedman’s Pharmacy
Our first stop on our last day in Kentucky was the Old Fort which was the first settlement in Kentucky. It is a full-scale replica of a fort built-in 1774 by James Harrod. Tickets are $7 and include entrance to the Lincoln Marriage Temple and museum on the edge of the parks entrance. Also on … Continue reading Old Fort Harrod State Park